Jean Craighead George,
"Nonetheless and not the least, there is the mole cricket's plaintive crackling."
Fundamental, and fertile per se, is the idea of a single rock as a micro-environment: threaded through, in effect supplying a plot line, is the compulsive search of a mole cricket for another of his kind — a search that climaxes, after many creatures have been bypassed, in a primal outcry ("He crackled his loneliness. Read full book review >
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